Hadrian's Wall Trek - June 2022

Step back in time and spend the weekend hiking along one of the UK’s most famous historic landmarks.


Hadrian’s Wall spans 73 miles (117km) from coast to coast, but you will be exploring a small section of this remarkable Roman monument and UNESCO World Heritage site on your two-day trek.

The challenge route is approximately 25 miles (41km) across some of the most beautiful, rugged borderlands of England. You’ll follow the wall on an easterly route from Lanercrost Priory to Brocolitia, as it cuts through Northumberland National Park. You’ll spend the weekend marvelling at the remains of this incredible feat of Roman engineering, within the spectacular landscape of upland Britain.

A moderate to challenging trip. The route is relatively easy and anyone who is reasonable fit can walk the Hadrian’s Wall path. The 23-mile (37km) section between Chollerford and Birdoswald (which we will be trekking) is classed as the most difficult, with its short climbs and descents.